Kim Davidsson

Kim Davidsson

Kim has worked at Cenote Dive Center, Xibalba Dive Center and also as a “freelance” and independent
guide and instructor in Tulum since 2003. Just leaving for about 2 years in total to pursue diving
elsewhere, working with his father and for the birth of his son.

His passion for cave diving lead him to the realization that he would like to teach the art of safe cave

Kim has been fortunate to explore some of the amazing caves and systems in Mexico and this is his true
passion. Connecting the dots and to see how a cave grows is the ultimate kick and Kim is often struck
by “cave fever”…

He is interested in the pedagogical aspects of teaching, always striving to become a better instructor and
to deliver the best possible course in the best possible way. Other interests are: CCR diving, sidemount
diving, dpv diving, wreck diving, mine diving and technical mixed gas diving. He is also interested in the
documentation of the caves and caverns and participates in an ongoing film project with good friends.

Kim has worked with diving in Sweden, Norway, Thailand and Mexico.

Kim has been cave/mine diving in Sweden, Norway, Finland, France, Belize and Mexico

PSAI Instructor for:

Open Water through Divemaster, Nitrox Diver, Deep Diver

Advanced Nitrox Diver, Technical Diver, Normoxic Trimix Diver

Cavern Diver through Cave Diver, Technical Cave Diver, Basic & Advanced Sidemount Cave Diver, Stage-Multi Stage.

TDI Instructor for:

Cavern Diver through Full Cave Diver, Sidemount, Stage, Adv. Eanx & Deco Procedures.

NACD Instructor for:

Cavern Diver and Intro to Cave Diver.

PADI Instructor for:

Open Water through Divemaster.

Specialized User for:

ISC Apeks Megalodon

Pelagian DCCCR

Diver Levels:

DSAT Trimix Diver

IANTD Advanced Cave DPV

IANTD Stage / Multistage Cave Diver

TDI Mixed Gas Blender

Participant in the following exploration, expeditions and projects:

2004 Primary and main explorer of “Chan Hol” cave system in Tulum, Mexico.

2004 – 2005 Member and exploration diver of “SAET” (Sac Aktun Exploration Team). Team responsible for the connections between; Abejas, Ka’as, CUTS, Nohoch K’iin, Sac Aktun and Temple of Doom. Making Sac Aktun the then second largest water filled cave in the world.

2006 – 2010 Explored in the following caves in the Tulum, Mexico area; Las Grutas, Muul Ha, Abejas Negras, Kim Ha, Sac Aktun, Nohoch Nah Chich, Dzonot Tu Ha, Temple of Doom, Baab Zooz, Lycka

2010 Exploration diver of the National Geographic funded expedition to dive “the sacred pools” of Cara Blanca in Belize

2011 Ongoing explorations of Sandcrack, Lycka and Sac Aktun

2011 Deep Cave Exploration (230ft/70m) and archeological research project, Cara Blanca, Belize

2012 – 2013 ongoing exploration projects and active member of the “QDT” (Quiet Diver Team)
2012 – 2013 coordinator and safety diver for Aquavista film productions

2013 Sistema Choko Pek, Tulum, Mexico

2013 Sistema Nohoch Pek, Muyil, Mexio